There are little chicks along with Easter eggs on the fabric.
The weather has been wacky here so who knows what it will be like in 3 weeks but she most likely will have to wear a shirt of some sort under the dress. I'm not even going to deal with that right now.
The back. I should have straightened out the edges of the overdress but you get the idea.
Once I start I project, I obsess until I finish it. I always think that this dress isn't that bad to sew but it is. Last night, I told Rich that I had about two hours left. I can laugh at that statement now. I didn't finish until two o'clock this afternoon. Granted, I wasn't just sewing but it still took way more than two hours.
Emily freaking loves this dress. She was running around with it on and I even brought her outside for a mini photo shoot, which was a fail because she was running in and out of the shade and spinning around. She wiped out in the grass so I brought her in and asked her to change so I could hang the dress up. We were getting ready to leave the house anyway. Oh, the tears. She told me that she wanted to wear it for the rest of the day. I told her that after Easter, she can wear it whenever she wants to.
(This is the feliz dress pattern from the book Sewing Clothes Kids Love - which can be found on Amazon. It is somewhat difficult so be warned if you are new to sewing.)